Tag: Brad Pitt
Babylon: Chazelle’s 3 hour historical Hollywood epic is too ambitious and forgettable for its own good
Bullet Train (2022)
Bullet Train: Ultimately, it’s a wild, chaotic ride from start to finish. Disjointed with a messy first half, David Leitch course corrects in the second half with a part homage to Japanese cinema and part Guy Ritchie Snatch era filmmaking.
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (2019)
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood: A journey back in time well worth the final 20 minutes but getting there is a chore of the director’s obsession of vintage Hollywood
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
Inglourious Basterds: Just as brutal, bloody, and unforgiving as Kill Bill but just as thought-provoking, energetic, and engrossing as Jackie Brown with a standout performance by Christoph Waltz
The Lost City (2022)
The Lost City: Another notch in the treasure hunting adventure genre that doesn’t add anything new but Tatum, Bullock and Radcliffe all give wonderful performances.
12 Years a Slave (2013)
Click below to read my review of the 2013 best picture winner 12 Years a Slave directed by Steve McQueen
Click below to read my thoughts on the 1995 crime thriller Se7en directed by David Fincher